My new travel trailer is on a permanent site, without water. I have been filling the fresh water tank with 5 gal. containers. Does anyone know of a small pump I could use to transfer water from the jug to the holding tank? So I don't need to lift these heavy jugs.
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I used a 12vdc RV water pump. With 3' of vinyl hose on each end and a 10' cord with cigarette lighter plug that goes into the bedroom window and plugs into a 12vdc receptacle........that was on my old coach.
The new one has a vinyl hose that connects to the fresh water system for drawing anti-freeze from a container into the water lines or water tank depending which way the valve is turned.
Go to the Farm Fleet store and look for a 15 or 20 gal. sprayer tank with a 12 volt pump clean and sanitize and fill with water and pump away. Ask for a portable sprayer tank for an ATV set up.